The man who tracks leatherbacks

Schultz, C.
October 1989
Yankee;Oct89, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p14
Discusses 42-year-old Chris Luginbuhl's project to track and monitor leatherback sea turtles and try to protect them from extinction, all stemming from a boyhood incident when his father, David, caught an 1,100 pound leatherback in Long Island Sound near their home in Ellington, Conn. in 1951. What he does; Where to get more information.


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